That is awesome.. I dont quite remember '74 but was indeed alive for it and about 2 years old. And no doubt being dressed in a costume completely against my will by my well meaning parents. SDsimpledudecomplexworld.blogspot.com
Well at least you were prepared lest it rain...I lived in the sticks and never did trick or treat so escaped the whole halloween/costume thing, in any case I'd have been far too shy to take part!
Darn! I wish I had a picture of the UHAUL box that somehow morphed into a Rubik's Cube costume circa 1980. . . .
"Tricks and Treats" ... love it.I've made my own costume this year. I've made a Jedi costume. I would like to think it'd get the Bob seal of approval...
I hope it didn't lightening at all, with you sportin those antennae!
You were so proud. And darling.
I think it's perfect and amazing:)
Actually, I quite like it!
I think it's really cute!
Laughing. Totally ready for your dancey-dance.
I actually think it's quite impressive!
On the contrary, I think this is quite creative. But is that red vinyl? How very 70s. :)
You said it, sister. I am SO not that crafty Mom.
Also? I especially like the antennas!
fabulous. love the rouge on your cheeks.
Practicality and style. But not everyone could pull off this look.
At least you got more skilled with your blush over the years.
What the heck is that red smock made of?
Oh goodness and holy cow!Was that plastic????
Hang on there, this is pure awesomeness. I think Bob would rock in that costume. Hope you saved it.
I LOVE the wings :D
I don't know...Mom's should always have a stash of blackmail-worthy photos in their arsenal to fight the teen years